As lockdown is getting eased in several countries, Spanish
fashion label Mango plans to reopen 80 per cent of its
stores across the globe by the end of May.
The fashion giant has already reopened over 1,000 stores
worldwide. And now there are plans to reopen more than 700
stores by the end of this month – now that’s 80 per cent of
Mango’s total network of stores.
Of the stores already opened, most of them were in Belgium,
Austria, Switzerland, Israel, Poland, the Netherlands and
South Africa. And just few days back, shoppers in France and
Spain too had something to rejoice when Mango started
reopening over 200 stores that it had shut down in both the
countries in March owing to coronavirus outbreak.
The company added that since France and Spain remain
integral markets for them, the remaining 344 stores in both
the countries will also be reopened by the first week of
Recently, the fashion label had announced that it would be
donating 1 per cent revenue from its in-store sales to WHO’s
solidarity fund so as to support vulnerable health groups
amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.